Dexyfen $70

Dexyfen

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Dexyfen is a weight loss supplement that is both manufactured and marketed by General Nutrition Company (GNC). It is meant to work as a metabolic booster and appetite suppressant so that fat can be burned away more quickly and easily. If these are the benefits that you are seeking through a diet pill, then it is a good idea for you to read the list of ingredients for this product so that you can know whether it will be safe and effective for you.

The ingredients in Dexyfen include 200 mg of thiamin, 30 mg of niacin, as well as the “ultra concentrated matrix”, which is a 555 mg proprietary complex. It includes caffeine anhydrous, pausintystalia yohimbe bark, oryza sativa seed, menthe haplocalyx leaf, and zanthoxylum piperitum fruit. This suggests that the entire formula is an all-natural one. The first two are dietary supplements and are typical nutrients that are found in food. The proprietary complex is made up of a number of different substances such as stimulants.

For example, caffeine anhydrous is a type of caffeine that has been dehydrated in order to allow it to be further concentrated within a supplement. Yohimbe bark is also a stimulant, which means that – like caffeine – it may help to boost the metabolism. That said, it is typically sold as a sexual enhancer. As the top two ingredients are stimulants, there is a risk of side effects that are linked to stimulants such as insomnia, nausea, jitters, anxiety, and headaches. Oryza sativa is a type of rice that contains a high level of antioxidants, but it is not necessarily known to cause weight loss. Mentha haplocalyx is used because it is a diuretic and can flush excess water out of the body, making it appear as though fat has been lost, when it is only temporary water weight loss. Zanthoxylum piperitum is used to help promote healthier digestion and for stomach pain treatment but is not linked to fat loss in scientific or clinical studies.

At the time of this review, Dexyfen was being sold for a full price of $69.99 on the official website (though it was on sale, at the time, for $46.99. Each bottle contains 56 capsules. This provides nearly a two month supply, as only one pill needs to be taken each day. In fact, the label specifically warns against taking more than one of these pills every day due to the “extreme strength” of the product.

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